Thursday, October 28, 2004

More Political Attacks

You know, I want Bush to win (Kerry to lose) as much as the next guy. I've never made a secret that I disagree with Dubbya on several issues, but I really want him to pummel Kerry into the ground (figuratively of course...then again, it would be fun to watch them spar wouldn't it?). But I think this is going a little too far.

WEST PALM BEACH – An 18-year-old Marine recruit remained in jail on Wednesday, charged with threatening to stab his girlfriend over her choice for president, news partner NewsChannel 5 reported in its noon broadcast.

The enlistee, Steven Scott Soper, of Lake Worth, became enraged Tuesday night when his 18-year-old girlfriend said she was leaving him -- and voting for John Kerry for president.

Soper, who will enter the Marines as soon as he passes the GED test, solidly supports Bush. He allegedly told girlfriend Stacey Silheira, "You'll never live to see the election."

Palm Beach Sheriff's Office deputies called to the home in Lake Worth said they had to use a Taser – an electronic stun gun – to subdue Soper. They described Soper as enraged and said he was holding Silheira captive. He was armed with a screwdriver and threatening to stab her in the neck, they said. When Silheira eventually broke free a deputy fired the Taser, shocking him into submission.

Charged with aggravated assault, Soper remains in jail without bond until he undergoes a psychiatric exam, NewsChannel 5 reported.

Now let's get real for a second. Do we really believe his violence was set off by her choice for president, or was he maybe already a bit peeved she was leaving him? Then again, after seeing this, nothing surprises me with this election.

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

M&M and Bush

No big secret that M&M (yes you dolt I know it's Eminem) doesn't care for Bush to much. Well just like with all other things in old Marshall's life, he went and made a video about it. And let me tell you the left is going absolutely effing ga-ga about it. You would M&M was the second coming for these idiotic kool-aid drinking retards.

This one's my favorite:

aldian159 (1000+ posts) Tue Oct-26-04 01:50 AM
Response to Original message

7. Good stuff indeed

Very powerful.

His work is a thing of beauty, always has been, but this takes the cake.

Or maybe it's the first post:

I was already a big fan, but this video brought me to tears, feeling the power behind us, how can we lose?

I love him, love him, love him for this.

Bless him, for taking his anger and talent and making something so powerful and it just came out of no where! I read the lyrics the other day, but I had no idea that the music and the video would be so passionate.

I can't even think I am so impressed.


And to think, I used to be a fan.

Stupid, stinky, smelly pot-smoking brain cell killing hippies.

Update: Still don't think hippies are bad? Check out RWN and see what the DU is saying about Castro.

Stupid, stupid hippies. Have I mentioned yet how much I really hate hippies?

Monday, October 25, 2004

Athletes for Bush

It's nice to see some in the spotlights aren't afraid to say what they feel. In today's society, it's become almost taboo if you're a celebrity (with the possible exception of country music stars and NASCAR) to endorse a conservative or a republican. On Thursday, a group of olympians and athletes got together and signed a letter endorsing president Bush.

The following open letter was signed by 24 Olympians and professional athletes who have endorsed George Bush for president.

To our fellow Americans:

We have given much thought to the values and characteristics that make a great athlete. Our lives have been spent trying to run farther, push further, and jump higher than the person beside us, or across the field of our chosen sport.

With years of training and exhaustive competition beneath our belts, we have identified the values necessary to compete and win – values like personal strength, determination, a sense of fair play and faith.

The same qualities that make a great athlete make a great President – the determination to do what is right, regardless of the latest polls, the personal strength to bear the weight of the nation on your shoulders, and the faith that a higher power will direct the actions of good people.

We see in President Bush these same qualities.

In 2001, our nation was attacked without cause or provocation. The President's values saw us through those dark days after the terrorist attack.

The economy was rocked by the dual blows of the terrorists' cowardly action and the reckless disregard of the rules by a few rogue executives. But President Bush's decisive, principled leadership has moved America forward, and today our nation is safer and our economy is strong and getting stronger.

The fight against terrorism takes decisiveness. It takes continued support for our troops and first responders. But most importantly, it takes courage and inspirational leadership in the White House. In these critical times, our President has had the courage to stand up and do what's right.

For that and for his unwavering character, we choose George W. Bush as our President for the next four years. He is a leader we can depend on to make the tough decisions and the right decisions. Please join us in supporting a candidate of courage, President Bush – a leader who backs our troops defending our nation and shares our values.


Emie Banks MLB Hall of Famer
Daniel Beery Olympic Gold Medalist, Rowing
Carlos Beltran MLB All-Star Centerfielder
Craig Biggio MLB All-Star Catcher & Second Baseman
Josh Davis Three-Time Olympic Gold Medalist, Swimming
Adam Dunn MLB All Star Left Fielder
John Elway NFL Hall of Famer
Bob Feller MLB Hall of Fame Pitcher
Natalie Golda Olympic Bronze Medalist, Water Polo
Matt Hasselbeck NFL Quarterback
Bernie Kosar NFL Quarterback, Ret.
Steve Largent NFL Hall of Famer
Karl Malone NBA All-Star & MVP Winner
Anthony Munoz NFL Hall of Famer
Jack Nicklaus PGA Tour Most Major Championship Titles
Mary Lou Retton Olympic Gold Medalist, Gymnastics
Dot Richardson Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist, Softball
Nolan Ryan MLB Hall of Fame Pitcher
Janet Lynn Salomon Olympic Bronze Medalist, Figure Skating
Chris Spielman NFL Linebacker, Ret.
Roger Staubach NFL Hall of Famer
Kerri Strug Olympic Gold Medalist, Gymnastics
Lynn Swann NFL Hall of Famer
Todd Walker MLB Second Baseman

I'm glad there weren't any hippies in there. What a turmoil that would have put me in.

More of the Unbiased Media

Yup, no media bias here at all. I won't post the whole article, it's not worth it. I'll just leave you with the last 2 paragraphs, you do what you like after that.

Throughout the debate, John Kerry, for his part, looks and sounds a bit like a haunted tree. But at least he's not a lying, sniggering, drink-driving, selfish, reckless, ignorant, dangerous, backward, drooling, twitching, blinking, mouse-faced little cheat. And besides, in a fight between a tree and a bush, I know who I'd favour.

On November 2, the entire civilised world will be praying, praying Bush loses. And Sod's law dictates he'll probably win, thereby disproving the existence of God once and for all. The world will endure four more years of idiocy, arrogance and unwarranted bloodshed, with no benevolent deity to watch over and save us. John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, John Hinckley Jr - where are you now that we need you? (emphasis mine)

Stupid damned hippies.

Vietnam Revisited (Again)

Yup, here we go again folks. Remember when I posted this story back in July? A young soldier gets booed and called a baby killer. Well, unfortunately it seems this story has a sequal.


Note: On Thursday night, an antiwar protestor in Milwaukee spit on a returned Iraqi war veteran, Marine Major Jerry Boyle. Boyle is a Republican candidate for Congress in Milwaukee. Boyle served in Operation Iraqi freedom and was posted to Baghdad shortly after the invasion. Although he is an underdog in the race, he has shown up for every campaign forum, where he's won high marks for his civility and willing to face hostile audiences...

On my show this morning, Boyle described himself as "livid" over the incident, but had restrained himself from responding in any way...

Here's the story as relayed to me by one of his campaign aides:


I would like to relay to you a disturbing and unsettling incident which happened tonight at the Alverno College debate between Gwen Moore and Jerry Boyle.

Boyle has attended every debate and forum he has been invited to, even ones where it has not been the friendliest of audiences receptive to his Republican message.

Last night's debate at Alverno College was one attended by mostly people which will not vote for him in next month's election, but was a well run and fair debate none the less.

The questions were pointed and thoughtful and the answers were equally to the point. The topics ranged from foreign policy to the economy. The stark contrast between Moore and Boyle was pretty clear to those in the audience. Boyle was to the point and made it evident that although his was not the most popular opinion in the room, this is what he believed in.

Many people approached him following the debate to discuss the topics and their views and several said although they did not agree with his stance, commended him on making great arguments and being forthright in his presentation.

One man, unfortunately took the opportunity to ruin the evening.

As Boyle was walking from the stage to the reception, a graduate student from UWM spit on Boyle as he passed by.

Boyle, restraining himself, went to the restroom to clean up let this incident go.

I, however, did not.

After seeing Jerry wipe the spit from his jacket, I asked him what was going on and asked the young man why he spit on him.

Although it was witnessed by several people (at least five) he denied it and approached me looking for a confrontation. He walked up to me and got right in my face.

I asked him why he spit on Jerry and he said he didn't but should have because Jerry didn't answer his question to his satisfaction.

He called me an imperialistic pig and said that I was a puppet for an imperialistic regime. I asked him if that was a new term he had just learned in school and that I was very proud of him for using it in a complete sentence.

To make a long story short, after a little more verbal back and forth, he was ushered away by his teacher and escorted from the building.

My point is this. Are we now at a time when, even at a debate with dissenting views have the right to spit on each other?

Will he go home and brag to his friends that he spit on an Iraqi War veteran?

Is that the culture we live in now? This is not Kerry vs. Bush, its a small debate at Alverno College on the south side of Milwaukee.

He liked that fact that Gwen Moore is against bunker busting bombs (which she repeated) but will spit in the face of someone who helped liberate a country of 25 million people from a homicidal madman and made the world a safer place in the process.

To their credit, the people at Alverno apologized, but the damage was done.

If there are any liberals listening to your show, please ask them to take a step back and think before they act like this. Political discourse is what our country was formed on, but actions like this are all too common and its time to rein it in.

This was indeed a sad day for Milwaukee and America as a whole.

Sincerely yours,

Matt Lambert

So much for "compassionate liberalism". God I hate hippies.

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Why the UN is Ineffective

Last week, I asked you "Why do We Have the UN? Well now here's a reason why we shouldn't have the UN.

LONDON – The European Union appears to have resolved a year-long dispute with Syria over its weapons of mass destruction program.

Officials said Brussels and Damascus have agreed on a clause that addresses Syria's WMD programs. They said the clause does not stipulate that Syria must dismantle its programs, rather that Damascus would not proliferate biological, chemical or nuclear weapons.

"It [association agreement] includes essential provisions on respect for the democratic principles and fundamental human rights, cooperation to counter the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery, and anti-terrorism," the EU statement said.

In September, U.S. officials said the intelligence community determined that Syria transferred chemical bombs and rockets to Sudan, Middle East Newsline reported. The officials said the Syrian nonconventional weapons appeared to have been tested in battle in the rebel-torn Darfour province.

The resolution of the dispute facilitated the conclusion of an EU association agreement with Damascus. On Tuesday, Syrian Foreign Minister Farouk A-Shaara initialed the trade and political accord in Brussels in a move meant to grant Damascus equal status to that of other members of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership.

"The European Commission and Syria today formally mark the end of negotiations for an EU-Syria Association Agreement by initialing the text," an EU statement said on Tuesday. "The agreement will now be submitted for approval to the decision-making bodies on both sides and will later be ratified by parliaments."

The other members of the partnership are Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Tunisia and Turkey. The EU has also been negotiating free trade agreements with the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council.

The EU-Syrian accord was completed in December 2003. At that point, Britain, Denmark and Germany demanded a Syrian commitment to dismantle its biological and chemical weapons programs.

The EU-Syrian accord would require approval of 25 EU foreign ministers. The ministers were scheduled to review the pact in their meeting in December 2004.

Officials said the EU and Syria negotiated an association agreement for four years. In 2002, the effort was accelerated, and in December 2003 an understanding was reached on all issues except a Syrian commitment not to proliferate WMD.

In September 2004, Syria agreed to the text of the WMD nonproliferation provision. The EU statement, however, did not disclose the wording of the commitment.

The EU Association Agreement provides a framework for political dialogue between Brussels and Damascus on such issues as WMD, missiles, counter-terrorism and human rights, officials said. They said the agreement also envisions the creation of a free trade area between the EU and Syria.

The agreement was concluded as the United States has threatened to impose additional sanctions on Damascus. The Bush administration has determined that Syria failed to fulfill U.S. demands for a military withdrawal from Lebanon and the expulsion of groups deemed terrorists.

So Syria, a nation know to sponsor terrorism, and for providing weapons to other terrorist nations, is allowed by the UN to keep it's weapons programs? And to think we didn't give them veto power over our military actions. What were we thinking?

Monday, October 18, 2004

Meddling in American Politics

So the left leaning newspaper, The Guardian has decided to get actively involved by reaching out to undecided voters. They had some of their British audience contact Americans and urge them to vote (for Kerry/against Bush). Here are some of the responses they received:

Dear wonderful, loving friends from abroad,
We Ohioans are an ornery sort and don't take meddling well, even if it comes from people we admire and with their sincere goodwill. We are a fairly closed community overall. In my town of Springfield, I feel that there are some that consider people from the nearby cities of Columbus or Dayton, as "foreigners"- let alone someone from outside our country.
Springfield, Ohio
Have you not noticed that Americans don't give two shits what Europeans think of us? Each email someone gets from some arrogant Brit telling us why to NOT vote for George Bush is going to backfire, you stupid, yellow-toothed pansies ... I don't give a rat's ass if our election is going to have an effect on your worthless little life. I really don't. If you want to have a meaningful election in your crappy little island full of shitty food and yellow teeth, then maybe you should try not to sell your sovereignty out to Brussels and Berlin, dipshit. Oh, yeah - and brush your goddamned teeth, you filthy animals.
Wading River, NY

Right on! Just wanted to say thanks from California for your effort and concern. This IS a very important election ... There are so many people here in the States that care about the impact America has on the rest of the world. I am personally saddened for the loss of all innocent lives. The best statement Americans can make to the rest of the world is to not elect Bush for president. Thank you so much for getting involved in our world.

Consider this: stay out of American electoral politics. Unless you would like a company of US Navy Seals - Republican to a man - to descend upon the offices of the Guardian, bag the lot of you, and transport you to Guantanamo Bay, where you can share quarters with some lonely Taliban shepherd boys.
United States

I am a student and life-long resident of Clark County, Ohio. I just wanted you to know that this is a wonderful idea you've initiated; people here love and respect the United Kingdom, especially the prime minister. I hope this campaign will be successful for your newspaper and for us voters.
Springfield, Ohio


Shame on you for using the people of Ohio like this. The US presidental election isn't just about foreign policy, it's about healthcare, taxes, education, transportation, natural resources and all manner of issues with little to no impact on the people of Britain.

We live in a globalised, interconnected world. If China shuts its borders to US imports, you better believe American companies, shareholders and workers are affected. Should US citizens therefore have a direct say in Chinese policies? No - Americans should demand that their own elected leaders address the issues with their Chinese counterparts. The British have a similar voice in US policies - through your own elected representatives who have any number of diplomatic, economic and military tools at their disposal. You vote for your leaders and we'll vote for ours. Your problem is with your leaders, not ours.
Washington DC

Real Americans aren't interested in your pansy-ass, tea-sipping opinions. If you want to save the world, begin with your own worthless corner of it.
Texas, USA

Thank you, thank you, thank you! What a wonderful idea! I am a US citizen who is scared to death that Bush and Klan will get back in. We need all the help we can get to ditch this bunch of maniacs.
United States

I just read a hilarious proposal to involve your readership in the upcoming US presidential election. At least, I'm hoping that it is genius satire. Nothing will do more to undermine the Democratic cause in Ohio than having patronising Brits wander around Clark County telling people how to vote. Just, for a second, imagine if the Washington Post sent folks from Ohio to do the same in Oxfordshire. I'm saying this as a Democrat, and as someone who has spent the last few years in the UK. That is, with all due respect. Please, please, be rational, and move slowly away from the self-defeating hubris.
United States

I enjoy reading your paper and agree with your politics, but this is really too much.Your plan, if carried out, will hurt the Bush opposition TERRIBLY. We cannot afford to have this associated with John Kerry or anyone else. It will be; the press is going in for a kill, days before the election.
United States

Your idea is superb and frankly, we need a little help over here right now.

My dear, beloved Brits,
I understand the Guardian is sponsoring a service where British citizens write to Americans to advise them on how to vote. Thank heavens! I was adrift in a sea of confusion and you are my beacon of hope!

Feel free to respond to this email with your advice. Please keep in mind that I am something of an anglophile, so this is not confrontational. Please remember, too, that I am merely an American. That means I am not very bright. It means I have no culture or sense of history. It also means that I am barely literate, so please don't use big, fancy words.

Set me straight, folks!
Dayton, Ohio

Hey England, Scotland and Wales,
Mind your own business. We don't need weenie-spined Limeys meddling in our presidental election. If it wasn't for America, you'd all be speaking German. And if America would have had a president, then, of the likes of Kerry, you'd all be goose-stepping around Buckingham Palace. YOU ARE NOT WANTED!! Whether you want to support either party. BUTT OUT!!!
United States

Please be advised that I have forwarded this to the CIA and FBI.
United States

As an American who is very anti-Bush, I applaud your letter-writing campaign. I have read some of the letters that you published, and while I agree with most of the content, I also believe they will not be persuasive. This is because they are too aggressive and, as stated on your website, you don't know anything about these voters. If they happen to be leaning toward Bush, these letters will not put them off.
New York


Harlan, Kentucky

We all enjoyed this at work. Cheers.
United States

Thank you for taking such an active interest in the elections here in America. I appreciate what the Guardian is doing. Your effort to reach out to "swing states" and make a difference is commendable. I hope that many of your readers will take your challenge to help make a change in Washington by contacting voters.
Clarke County, Georgia

Keep your noses out of our business. As I recall we kicked your asses out of our country back in 1776. We do not require input from losers and idiots on who we vote for in our own country. Fuck off and die asshole!!!!!
Knoxville, Iowa

Gentle folks at the Guardian,
In your plea to get your non-American readers to write to voters in Clark County, Iowa, you are correct that events in the US have had, and will have, effects on world events. For example, we have pulled your chestnuts out of the fire in two world wars that were occasioned by European diplomacy. Maybe you'd like a vote in which American president will oversee the next rescue. The next time you have elections in Great Britain, I shall endeavour to send names of your citizens to people in France, Iraq, India, the United Arab Emirates, Botswana, Pakistan, China and Argentina so that they may attempt to influence your election. It's only fair that everybody in the world should have a say in the selection of the prime minister.

Mind your own flipping business.
United States
(My personal favorite)

Dear Guardian folks,
While I empathise with your plight, this attempt to influence voters by sending letters from foreigners will have a negative effect on your ultimate goal. You will cause people to empathise with the president, not the other way around. People will read these letters and say, "John Le who? Never heard of him, but who is he to tell me who to vote for?"

I am a registered voter in Clark County, Ohio, and am very much interested in hearing what our overseas friends have to say about our election. You are correct in assuming that this election in the US is the most important election in memory. The threat of terrorism is a very real threat, not just in our country, but all over the world. In this day and age there must be worldwide unity against these fanatical groups who just hate. Not just Americans, but all western civilisation.
United States

Thanks for running this initiative. It may be the only way I get to have an impact on the American election, despite the fact that I'm a registered American voter. See, I vote in New York, which is solidly Democratic. Due to the electoral college system, once a majority is secured in any state, subsequent votes don't really matter. Whether NY goes 51% or 99%, the impact on who actually wins is the same. So thanks for the opportunity to impact somebody else's vote, where it may really matter.
Amsterdam, Holland

Who in the hell do you think you are??? Well, I'll tell you, you're a bunch of meddling socialist pricks! Stay the hell out of our country and politics. And another thing, John Kerry is a worthless lying sack of crap so it doesn't surprise me that a socialist rag like yours would back him. I hope your cynical ploy blows up in your cowardly faces, you bunch of mealy-mouthed morons!
United States

I used to visit the UK every year. I love the history and culture of your country. But after I heard about your campaign to influence our elections, I've decided that neither myself, nor my family will ever visit again. I'm offended by your campaign and because of it, I'm remembering more of the negative aspects I've seen in the UK than the positive ones. Though I still love the castles!

Dear British friends,
I think you have an interesting idea to encourage international grassroots efforts, but I sincerely doubt most Springfielders are going to be influenced by letters from a country they probably can't even point to on a map. I wish you luck with your campaign, but I warn you that you're not likely to accomplish much.
Dayton, Ohio

You radical leftwingers are worse than the Taliban. I suggest you stand back and take a good hard look at yourselves.

PS: When do you propose to add Michael Moore to your staff of lunatics?
United States

I suggest that if a particular reader of the Guardian would like to vote in America - would really like to influence the American election, say - that reader should move to America, become a citizen of the United States. Everyone is welcome here. Even the readers of the Guardian. But if you don't wish to be an American, to live in Ohio, for instance, and participate in the American political process, that is too bad. Perhaps there is something wrong with you. Perhaps it is your teeth.
New York

Go back to sipping your tea and leave our people alone.

As an American who is afraid of the terrible ramifications if Bush is elected, I commend your efforts to try to get Britons involved. Although many Americans would be critical of British people "meddling" with our politics and elections, all the world will share in the disaster if Bush is re-elected. Many of us are very concerned. I teach young adults, most of whom have been very uninvolved in voting and politics. Many of them are going to vote. We need all the help we can get.
United States

As a US citizen, I want to advise you that you and anyone that participates in subverting the US presidential election can be criminally charged and perhaps even charged as spies.

Thank God above for you English! Just when I was beginning to despair at the thought of Bush being re-elected, you come along with a strategy to help us! Your invitation to your readership and rationale for offering it are provocative at the least, and laudable at best.
Springfield, Ohio

Stupid, socialist European hippies. I hate hippies.


I knew there was a reason for being republican. I mean, other than being right all the time, and actually having some common sense and all. Bloodspite reminds us that republicans have the best sex. Well duh! What do you think the initial attraction was to the right before we grew up?

Sunday, October 17, 2004

Just a Reminder

I just wanted to remind everyone that I hate hippies. I really, really, hate hippies. My loathing for hippies transcends all known boundries. When it comes to hating hippies, there is no limit to hatedness.

Oh yeah. I hate hippies also.

Political Party of Peace...

My ass. You hear constantly about hippies on the left crying about free speech and demanding peace. What you don't hear from the "unbiased media" these days though are stories like this.

Friday, Oct. 15, 2004 1:40 a.m. EDT
Democratic Party's Election Terrorism?

Are some Democrats so intent on defeating George Bush that they've launched an orchestrated campaign of political violence designed to intimidate Republicans?

A wave of vandalism, assaults and even Nazi swastika burnings have taken place across America in recent weeks. The attacks all seem to have one thing in common: The victims are, in almost all cases, supporters of George W. Bush.

On Wednesday, columnist Michelle Malkin chronicled some of the more outrageous episodes of political terrorism:

In Madison, Wis., someone burned an 8-foot-by-8-foot Nazi swastika on a homeowner's lawn, which had been decorated with Bush-Cheney signs. The vandals used grass killer to spray the hate symbol.

In Orlando, Fla., Democrats stormed the local Bush-Cheney headquarters. The ensuing melee left two Republican campaign workers injured. One victim of Democrat violence had his head rammed into an office door. The perpetrator later blamed President Bush's "negative campaign."

In Knoxville, Tenn., and Huntington, W. Va., shots were fired into the local Bush-Cheney headquarters.

In Gallatin County, Mont., the GOP office was vandalized twice in less than a week. Republican offices in the Seattle area, in Spokane, Wash.; Canton, Ohio; Fairbanks, Alaska, and Edwardsville, Ill., also have been burglarized and/or vandalized.
John Fund, author of the new book "Stealing Elections," offered more examples this week on

In Miami, police reported that more than 100 union protesters stormed the Bush-Cheney office and shoved volunteers aside. No one was charged because most of the protesters left before the police arrived.

In Tampa, nearly three dozen protesters stormed the local GOP office and intimidated the elderly volunteers working there.

The AFL-CIO took credit on its Web site for similar demonstrations - apparently all coordinated - in Independence and Kansas City, Mo.; Dearborn, Mich.; St. Paul, Minn., and West Allis, Wis.
Notes Fund: Florida Rep. Tom Feeney and 49 other GOP members of Congress have signed a letter asking the Justice Department to investigate possible election law violations.

Damned stupid hippies.

If I Ever

If I ever, and I mean EVER catch one of my kids listening to one of this nibbleheads' albums, I'll, I'll, well it won't be good by gosh:/.

Rapper: Blacks 'cheered when 9-11 happened'

Knight Ridder Newspapers
Oct. 14, 2004 03:08 PM

If Osama bin Laden ever buys a rap album, he'll probably start with a CD by KRS-One.

The hip-hop anarchist has declared his solidarity with al-Qaida by asserting that he and other African-Americans "cheered when 9-11 happened," reports the New York Daily News.

The rapper, real name Kris Parker, defiled the memory of those who died in the terrorist attacks as he spouted off at a recent New Yorker Festival panel discussion.

"I say that proudly," the Boogie Down Productions founder went on, insisting that, before the attack, security guards kept Blacks out of the World Trade Center "because of the way we talk and dress.

"So when the planes hit the building, we were like, 'Mmmm - justice.' "

The atrocity of 9-11 "doesn't affect us the hip-hop community," he said. "9-11 happened to them, not us," he added, explaining that by "them" he meant "the rich ... those who are oppressing us. RCA or BMG, Universal, the radio stations."

Parker also sneered at efforts by other rappers to get young people to vote.

"Voting in a corrupt society adds more corruption," he added. "America has to commit suicide if the world is to be a better place."

Stupid, stupid, stupid hippies. I sincerely hope that if any real Black-Americans, especially any that lost family/friends in 9-11, ever catch this guy in a dark ally; that they take the time and effort to kick the seriouse ever loving crap out of this treasonous douchebag.

Stupid hippy.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Death of Journalistic Integrity

Mike Gallaugher has an excellent post regarding objective journalism. Or rather the serious lack thereof.

The days of objective journalism are over, or perhaps they are finally being realized. Due largely to bloggers who are taking more ownership over the information propagated in our country, ABC CBS NBC and CNN have only begun to bemoan their competition, and unless they begin to display reasonable objectivity, these organizations will spin themselves into a grave in the next few years.

CBS’s Ratherdate woke the sleeping masses, and it’s only a matter of time before ABC will be caught under a similar scandal as they show more and more signs that they also, are an agenda driven news source.

Monday, October 11, 2004

The 2nd Amendment and WMD's

There's been much ado the past year about WMD's. More specifically, the lack thereof. The left is drooling over the fact that we haven't found the stockpiles of WMD's. Naturally we haven't. They were all shipped to Syria and Jordan and Iran at the start of the war, but I digress. As anyone who's halfway informed knows, the war was not about the WMD's. Well, at least not completely. Unfortunately, the current administration thought (wrongly) that this was the best argument for the war. Again, I digress. For now, I want to take a look at the whole WMD thing from a different angle. Not on whether or not Iraq had WMD's, but on whether or not they had the right to have WMD's. Does any country have the right to have WMD's? After all, it's easy to say we should have them, we're the good guys. But which country really has the right to possess the dreaded (echo effect on) weapons of mass destruction. The answer, according to the not so humble opinion of this blogger, lies within a little paper document written 200 years ago. The Constitution of the United States of America. How does the Second Amendment of the Constitution apply to WMD's? It's simple. Our founding fathers wanted to make sure that every citizen had the right to protect themselves, from common thugs to a tyrannical government. But how does a government protect itself from another government? One part of that is covered directly by the second amendment; the right to keep a well regulated militia. The other part would be through the use of WMD's. The constitution says the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. That pretty much sums it up. Now you'll have arguments all day about whether private citizens should be allowed access to certain weapons and what-not, and I'll leave that to wiser minds than myself. Personally, I think every law abiding citizen of this great country should be allowed to own whatever piece of artillery their little heart desires.

So how does this all tie into Iraq? If we can have WMD's, why did we go into Iraq to disarm them? Are we trying to become the world's bully? Well no. But we are the big kid on the block. Every country on the planet has a right to defend themselves. They have the right to possess the means to defend themselves. Thus, they have the right to posses WMD's. So you ask, If they can have WMD's, why did we invade? And of course I would say, "You idiot, we didn't go in just because of WMD's, and if you'd shut up a minute I'll explain." Think of it this way. Every law abiding citizen has the right to keep and bear arms, i.e. the right to own a gun(s). But typically, when that same citizen commits/is convicted of a felony, especially in the case of violent crimes, they lose that right. There is really no reason to not hold a country to that same standard. The "laws" my be different, but the principle is the same. If a country commits a crime, say...selling weapons to or providing aid to terrorist groups, they have effectively lost their "rights". Now, I'm not saying that the U.S. should go around policing the world. But as I said before, we are the big kids on the block. And when our interests are directly involved, the simple fact is we have to act, to protect ourselves. Just as the Constitution provides.

Geez, Some People

Have absolutely no sense of humor. Take our favorite wife-beating, chain smoking, hippie-ass self proclaimed weapons inspector Sean Penn.

To Trey Parker and Matt Stone,

I remember a cordial hello when you guys were beginning to be famous guys around Hollywood at some party. I remember several times getting a few giggles out of your humor. I remember not being bothered as you traded on my name among others to appear witty, above it all, and likeable to your crowd. I never mind being of service, in satire and silliness.

I do mind when anybody who doesn't have a child, doesn't have a child at war, or isn't or won't be in harm's way themselves, is encouraging that there's "no shame in not voting" "if you don't know what you're talking about" (Mr. Stone) without mentioning the shame of not knowing what your talking about, and encouraging people to know. You guys are talented young guys but alas, primarily young guys. It's all well to joke about me or whomever you choose. Not so well, to encourage irresponsibility that will ultimately lead to the disembowelment, mutilation, exploitation, and death of innocent people throughout the world. The vote matters to them. No one's ignorance, indcluding a couple of hip cross-dressers, is an excuse.

All best, and a sincere fuck you,

Sean Penn

P.S. Take this as a personal invitation from me to you (you can ask Dennis Miller along for the ride as well) to escort you on a trip, which I took last Christmas. We'll fly to Amman, Jordan and I'll ride with you in a (?) 12 hours through the Sunni Triangle into Fallujah and Baghdad and I'll show you around. When we return, make all the fun you want.

I wonder how much he paid someone to write that for him. Stupid, stupid hippy.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

You Might be a Liberal

Yeah, yeah. I know. Somebody beat me to. Well ok, lots of somebodys. Geez, just when I thought I might actually have something a little original. Oh well, it's never bothered me before to hijack some elses idea, so there's no reason this time should be any different.

So without further ado; You might be a liberal:

If you think cigarretts should be outlawed but heroin should be legalized.

If you think handing out "buckets of blood" is an effective method of getting your point across, but any who holds up a sign demonstrating against abortion is an extremist.

If you believe teaching about Islam in public schools is ok, but that a student who carries a bible to school should be suspended.

If a person who shoots someone breaking into their home should be jailed.

If you think John McCaine is a conservative.

If you think John F. Kerry is a "moderate" democrat.

If you think it should be illegal for people to have private insurance.

If you think anyone who owns a gun should be monitered 24/7, but law enforcement have no business keeping tabs on suspected terrorists.

If you think that NPR and Air America should recieve public funding but that Rush Limbough and Glenn Beck should be banned from the Air Waves.

If you think CBS making a business decision not to sell advertising to MoveOn.Org is censorship, but the Kerry campaign trying to put a gag order on the SwiftVets is perfectly ok.

If you think doping your kid up on prozac is better than having to pay attention to them.

If you being fat should be considered a disability.

If you think Pat Tillman was a "dumb jock" who died because he was dumb enough to leave the NFL, but that draft dodgers living in Canada are heroes.

If you think that a law abiding citizen carrying a concealed weapon (with a permit) is more dangerouse than someone driving while drunk.

If you believe that the U.S. military is made up of warmongers, but the Taliban was actually a group of patriot freedom fighters.

If you're a woman with more body hair than your boyfriend.

If you think China being on the human rights board of the U.N. makes perfect sense.

If you believe that soveriegnty applies to every nation except the U.S..

If you believe that "From each according to their ability, to each according to their need" are words to live by.

If you believe that the remake of the Manchurian Candidate is better than the original.

If you thought that the movie "Day After Tommorrow" was a documentary.

If you think that pedophiles should be rehabilitated and released, but that CEO's should be locked away for the crooks that they are.

If you think that being proud to be American is just silly because you can't help where you're born, and then justify terms like "gay pride" or "black power".

If you believe anything that comes out of Michael Moore's big fat stupid fatty fat mouth.

If you think racial/religious profiling is a sin but don't hesitate to call all Christians hypocritical monsters when some nut bombs an abortion clinic.

And finally, if you think this list is just stereotyping democrats and that all right wingers are just racist-sexist-homophobic-warmongering-moneygrubbing-monsters, you might, just might, be a liberal.

I'll post more as they come to me. If anyone else thinks up some, feel free to send'em to me.

Monday, October 04, 2004

Just When You Thought You Were Finally Rid of Me

I come strolling back into your lives like a certain hurricane by the same name. My condolences to those in Florida btw, and yes, it hit my house too. So in case anyone's wondering, and I know you are, Atlanta sucked. Have you ever driven the Atlanta interstate? What a freakin' nightmare. And hippies EVERYWHERE!!! My friends, it's as close to he!! as I hope I ever get. Stupid hippies.

I did get to watch the debates while I was there. I have to say I was a bit disappointed. I think Dubbya dropped the ball, at the 1 yard line. He had a perfect opportunity to put the game out of reach for good (several opportunities really). He just didn't do that well. Still gonna vote for him, cuz Kerry's just creepy. Also, I think he's a hippy. Stupid hippies.

Did I mention yet how much I hate hippies?

So thanks to everyone for being so kind to the Lovely Mrs. while I was gone. Also thanks for all the emails checking on me. Greatly appreciated. Got some new material here for you, hope it doesn't dissapoint.

Working on a new post for coming in the next couple days. Tommorow with any luck. Inspired the the original blue collar redneck himself, Jeff Foxworthy. It'll be called: "You might be a liberal"

So stay tuned folks, I'll try to keep it interesting.

More Random Ramblings

Michael Moore has said that removing Sadamm was a good thing, but in the same breath asked if you would sacrifice your child for Iraqi freedom. That's about as real a question as me asking a lefty why the life of an Iraqi citizen is worth less than the life of an American.

Some of the blithering, drooling, hippies like to argue that if you believe in the war so much and support the military so much, why don't you join? What I wanna know is, if you believe so much in gay marriage, why don't you get one? If you believe in abortion so much, why don't you go have one?--Yeah, I've got a million of 'em folks.

A lot of people hate Wal-Mart these days. I love Wal-Mart. As someone else mentioned, they have great prices on paint. Actually, they don't like them becuase of the allegedly low wages. As a former employee of Wal-Mart, I can tell you personally they pay quite well. The average wage at Wally World is around 10$ an hour. Not too bad for someone who didn't go to college. My own mother in fact worked her way through college working at Wal-Mart. When I worked at Wal-Mart, I started making $9.75, when I left just under a year later, I was making almost 13$ an hour. And I was just loading trucks. Thirteen bucks an hour, to drive around on a stinkin' pallet truck for 8-10 hours. Not to mention the other benefits. Profit sharing (which resulted in quite a few wealthy retirees from Wally), a just obscene amount of sick and personal time, company 401 contributions (even if the employee didn't contribute), on top of a whole slew of others. So shut up and love it.

Speaking of minimum wage, why do some nibbleheads (mostly hippies) think that raising the minimum wage will help anyone? Look at the minimum wage in California, and then look at the cost of living in California. If you noticed that they were comparative, you win! You force companies to pay more money, they have to compensate for that. I was working for a small company in the Tampa area of Florida when ol'e Billy Boy had the MW raised to $5.15/hour. Almost that very day, every one of our prices went up. Our employees hours were cut, and some were just let go. Of course, the supporters of the increased MW (mostly hippies) just assumed that companies would just throw out the extra money out of the goodness of their hearts. Stupid hippies. I hate hippies.

So the great ban against those evil "assault weapons" is now dead. Yee Haw!! Ding Dong the witch is dead...oh...uhm...sorry. The ban was a joke anyway. Most people believed the AWB was against fully automatic weapons, which have actually been banned from private ownership since around the 30's. The AWB actually referred mostly to certain accessories to semi-automatic rifles. And by the way, to you gun control freaks, if someone is killed by a gun...chances are IT WASN'T A LEGAL GUN TO BEGIN WITH!!!!! So you're only punishing law abiding citizens anyway. In 2002,
over 17,000 people in the U.S. dies in alchohol related car accidents. Are we now going to ban alchohol? Or how about cars? Yeah, that's a good idea. Then the enviro-whackos would be happy too.

Kerry's been very critical of GWB about the Iraq war and the way it was handled. He even has new plan to take care of it should he be elected. My question is, what is his plan? His supporters continue to talk up his plan, and maybe even I would too, if someone could tell me WHAT THE HE!! HIS PLAN IS!!!!!

Kerry has also said he would also bring our "allies in Germany and France". Uh huh. And what magical method would the good senator use to do this? Say please? Besides, Germany's still pissed we kicked their bumms 50 years ago.

Speaking of France, many people have argued that we have no right to not hear France's argument because without them we would've have won our independence. That may or may not be true, but this much is certain. If not for us, France (and most of Europe) would certainly all be speaking German right now (see above comment). I don't see how people can honestly use that argument and then in the same breath say we have no business aiding the Iraqi people in winning their freedom. Imagine if the French had felt that way.

A whole lot of hoopla has been made these days about racial profiling or religious profiling against Islam. To all those against profiling, let me ask you one question. When someone bombs an abortion clinic, who is the first group of people that comes to mind as being responsible? Yup, I thought so.

The hypocracy of the left never ceases to amaze me.
The "rationality of the left":
--Bill Clinton launches missles blindly at Iraq-good thing.
--Bill Clinton goes on military escapadedes into Somalia, Bosnia etc. with little if any U.S. interests involved-good thing.
--Bill Clinton gives Haliburton no bid contract into Balkans-good thing
--Bill Clinton has 5.4% unemployment rate (same as current rate the left is whining about)-good thing
--George W Bush does anything-bad thing
Ohhhh, ok. Now I get it. It all makes perfect sense. Dubby has an R next to his name. Stupid hippies.

Democrats in California are getting upset because republican officials are asking people to show ID and prove their citizenship before voting and trying to take action against voter fraud. This wouldn't get me so much but for the 25,000 plus democrats registered in both New York and Florida. Stupid hippies.

Like I said, I've got a million of 'em folks. Stay tuned, I'm here all week.

Oh yeah, I hate hippies also.

Why do We Have the UN?

No seriously, I really want to know. Somebody please explain to me why we have the UN. It doesn't make any sense to me. Why do we have an organization that prances around trying to enlighten mankind back into the stone age? I say we, because we as Americans, are the reason the UN is able to function. Yes folks, it's your hard earned tax dollars that are allowing the U.N. to drag their pompous a$$es through New York and tell us how much they hate us for ruining their "oil for cash" program. The United States foots 22% of the UN's total budget, which is around $1 billion. Japan is next with about 19%. After that, no other country even contributes a double digit percentage. Germany comes closes with just over 9%. Now keep in mind that this only takes into account the regularly budgedted contributions. This doesn't even take into account military contributions to the u.n. by the U.S.. Or any other contribution for that matter. Not to mention the amount spent when these bloated douchebags get decide to get together and make life he!! for the people of New York. I don't have any more/recent statistics to for you right now. This is an old subject, I only brought it up to vent some frustrations. A quick search of the web can bring up a whole list of examples of the UN's ineptitude such as this, and this. If anyone else has a link or two happy, I'll be happy to post it, but for me this is a just like beating a dead horse. Except not as much fun. Come to think of it, I'd much rather be blowing up whales. Yeah, I'm sick. Shut up and love it.

Becoming What you Hate

Most people don't realize it, but there's often a fine line between fighting vehemently against what you hate, and becomming it. It seems the people of South Korea have crossed that line.

SEOUL, Oct 04, 2004 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- Some 100,000 South Koreans staged a rally in Seoul Monday against the government's move to repeal an anti-communist security law.

Demonstrators took to the streets in downtown Seoul, shouting slogans and waving South Korean flags. Some anti-communist activists burned a poster of Kim Jong Il and a huge North Korean flag.

Protestors said they opposed any move to kill the National Security Law, which they say is still necessary to safeguard South Korea's liberal democracy from the North's never-ending schemes to cause chaos in the South. "The National Security Law must remain intact," they shouted.

They also accused President Roh Moo-hyun of seeking to abolish the security law. Demonstrators said they would make all-out efforts to "rescue their republic" from the left-leaning government of Roh, who they insist is destabilizing the nation's liberal democratic identity.

Under the security law, a South Korean could be sentenced to prison if convicted of praising an "anti-state organization," which refers to North Korea.

United Press International
Copyright 2004 by United Press International.

I hate communism as much as the next Red Blooded American, but putting people in jail for praising communism is...well...communism.